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2/24/2018, 10:49am - Comment by "BSP" about 2 Thessalonians Chapter 2...
"Verse 2- once we have reasoned on a matter we must guard against being quickly shaken."     > Respond now...

2/24/2018, 10:33am - Comment by "BSP" about Ezekiel Chapter 33...
"Verses 7 through 9- we can not jut sit back and not warn others. It means life or death for us and for others."     > Respond now...

2/24/2018, 10:16am - Comment by "BSP" about 2 Thessalonians Chapter 3...
"Verse 6- we have to keep away from anybody who walks disorderly."     > Respond now...

2/24/2018, 9:57am - Comment by "BSP" about Matthew Chapter 24...
"Verse 3- over 2,000 years ago, Jesus’ apostles were concerned about the future like we are today."     > Respond now...

2/24/2018, 9:55am - Comment by "DAVID HANNA" about John Chapter 13...
"It is best to trust the scriptures. God had a plan which He put into practice after He begat his Son, it was based on foreknowledge. Many times God speaks of events and or people that will occur weeks or years latter. Make no mistake there is only One God ,One Son, One HOLY GHOST."     > Respond now...

2/24/2018, 9:37am - Comment by "BSP" about Matthew Chapter 9...
"Verse 21- the woman did not say “I might get well” but she said “I will get well”. She did not let doubts or negative thinking fill her mind. Her faith moved her to approach Jesus and this made healing happen for her."     > Respond now...

2/24/2018, 9:24am - Comment by "Eutychus a saint" about Galatians Chapter 2...
"vs1.When Paul, along with Titus, Barnabas (and Luke?) went to Jerusalem about the Jew/Gentile/Church question...the Jews withstood Paul. And while the question was settled for all time, at that time, it continued to haunt the church for many years, even leading to Paul's death. And later, in Revelation chapters 2:9, and 3:9, we see the problem still exists. And even to this day, it remains."     > Respond now...

2/24/2018, 9:19am - Comment by "BSP" about Matthew Chapter 8...
"Verse 10- There is a strong connection between faith and receiving healing. If such ones mentioned in this verse did not have faith, they or their loved ones would not have received healing."     > Respond now...

2/24/2018, 9:01am - Comment by "BSP" about Daniel Chapter 12...
"Verse 13- Resurrection means “standing up” so this points forward to the time when Daniel would be resurrected."     > Respond now...

2/24/2018, 8:45am - Comment by "BSP" about Hebrews Chapter 11...
"Verse 19- Abraham realized that nothing was impossible for Jehovah God. God had revived his reproductive powers. Abraham was confident that whatever happened, his beloved son would be restored to him so that all of God’s promises could be fulfilled."     > Respond now...

2/24/2018, 8:29am - Comment by "Servant of God" about Mark Chapter 8...
"What was it that Jesus fed the multitude with but faith in God and Eternity, that God will sustain us if we believe that the flesh body we inhabit is but a cloke, and a means to demonstrate our faith in real time, in the heat of battle, as it were, with all the temptation, lies, and hypocrisy which distract us and surround us in these extreme times in which we find ourselves. Do not succumb, dont"     > Respond now...

2/24/2018, 8:22am - Comment by "BSP" about Romans Chapter 4...
"Verses 17 and 18- Jehovah God’s purposes are absolutely certain of fulfillment so he “calls the things that are not as though they were”."     > Respond now...

2/24/2018, 8:05am - Comment by "BSP" about Acts Chapter 20...
"Verses 9 and 10- Eutychus is the last person reported in the Scriptures to have been miraculously restored to life. Paul followed a procedure similar to that of Elisha in resurrecting the Shunamite’s son."     > Respond now...

2/24/2018, 7:49am - Comment by "Jay de Leon M" about John Chapter 14...
"John 14 has always been a powerful shield and comfort all the days of my life ... “Let not your heart be troubled ...” and why should I worry, or be afraid? When I am down and out, I know I will rise and walk with Him who loves me. Even when there are those who may cast me out, I know I am never lost for Jesus has already prepared a home for me “in my Father’s house.” I can never despair, for he"     > Respond now...

2/24/2018, 6:42am - Comment by "Steve morrow" about Psalms Chapter 29...
"PSALM 93.5 thy testimonies are very sure holiness becometh thine house O LORD for ever 2 CORINTHIANS 7:1 having therefore these promises dearly beloved let us cleanse ourselves from all filthiness of the flesh and spirit perfecting holiness in the fear of GOD ROMANS 1:4 and declared to be the SON OF GOD with power according to the --- SPIRIT OF HOLINESS --- by the resurrection from the dead JOHN 6:63 it is the spirit that quickeneth the flesh profiteth nothing the words that I speak unto you they are spirit and they are life HEBREWS 12:14 follow peace with all men --- AND HOLINESS --- without which no man shall see THE LORD"     > Respond now...

2/24/2018, 5:26am - Comment by "Jay de Leon" about John Chapter 14...
"“Let not your heart be troubled ...” comforts me and vanishes all my pains, doubts and fear. John 14 has alwas been a way to listen to Jesus talking to me; I can hear his gentle and reassuring words within my heart, my tears he wipes away; his presence engulfs me in a shield protecting me, upholding me; I have no reason to be aftaid."     > Respond now...

2/24/2018, 4:21am - Comment by "brian" about Genesis Chapter 1...
"can anyone tell me what day did sin enter into the world and how?"     > Respond now...

2/23/2018, 9:09pm - Comment by "lisa" about Job Chapter 13...
"I choose to humble my self and let yah teach me how to praise him and how to learn from job even if I have to read this chapter again and again I am trying but I will try harder and I chose to live and to live right and to praise your holy name thank you for your guidance and righteous words I ask for patients and love as I seek your understanding of this knowledge thank you yah"     > Respond now...

2/23/2018, 8:08pm - Comment by "Teri Greene" about Genesis Chapter 25...
"People try teaching on this, misleading people on this subject. I don't think they understand the importance of giving away inheritances. They add and take away from the truth, and put in their own desires into God's message. Twins are different, they're like that in the womb and out. Parents had their favorites, and the mother tricked the blind father. The brother ran fearing death from his twin."     > Respond now...

2/23/2018, 6:59pm - Comment by "Cleo" about Isaiah Chapter 43...
"This scripture tells me through the hardest of times, the Everlasting Father will be us no matter what!"     > Respond now...

2/23/2018, 5:54pm - Comment by "satish storytellor" about 2 Samuel Chapter 22...
"lord i lift your name on high amen"     > Respond now...

2/23/2018, 5:03pm - Comment by "Savyon Hamrick" about Chapter 0...
"I like you guys commentzs I think that you should read a chapter of Malachi every day into it is over.😉"     > Respond now...

2/23/2018, 4:59pm - Comment by "Savyon Hamrick" about Malachi Chapter 3...
"I think this is the best book in the bible talking about what the church needs to do.😇"     > Respond now...

2/23/2018, 2:51pm - Comment by "Rey" about Isaiah Chapter 2...
"Verse 6 - Thou (God) have forsaken (let go, divorced) the house of Jacob (Israel) because they be replenished (fill, restore) from the East (Orient, Asia, by Asian people). Asians may not be part of the said lost tribe of Israel but were ancient people since the earth was divided after the flood and during the time of Peleg. Asians are often neglected in most discussions about who are God’s chosen"     > Respond now...

2/23/2018, 2:12pm - Comment by "Eutychus" about Colossians Chapter 4...
"Archippus is admonished to fulfil the ministry he has been given by the Lord.vs17. Jesus says to us, "For the Son of man is as a man taking a far journey, who left his house and gave authority to his servants, AND TO EVERY MAN HIS WORK." Mark 13:34. To every man his work. Are we fulfilling the 'work' we've been given by the Lord? To every one, his work...And ladies, I believe you are included too."     > Respond now...

2/23/2018, 2:03pm - Comment by "Eutychus" about Colossians Chapter 4...
"Verse 1...it has been said, that in Jesus' time, Rome's population was 50% slaves. Paul admonishes both master and slave several times in his letters. But nowhere does Paul advocate creating a political party, or charitable organization, to help free the slaves. Could it be, there is that on earth, more important than slavery or its abolition? Could it be that Jesus is Master of both?"     > Respond now...

2/23/2018, 1:58pm - Comment by "Eutychus" about Colossians Chapter 3...
"Please engage in an experiment with me...Set the Ten Commandments alongside you (Exodus 20). Then, while reading this chapter, study the Ten Commandments. You will find the one foreshadows the other. You will find the New Testament law of love and grace, mirrors beautifully, the Ten Commandments...quite a Sunday School lesson here..."     > Respond now...

2/23/2018, 1:50pm - Comment by "Eutychus" about Chapter 0...
""Blotting out the handwriting of ordinances that was against us, which was contrary to us, and took it out of the way, nailing it to his cross" vs 14...Which will be superseded by grace, mercy, love and judgment. Ephesians agrees, "Having abolished in his flesh the enmity, even the law of commandments contained in ordinances..." Eph 2:15. "     > Respond now...

2/23/2018, 1:45pm - Comment by "Eutychus" about Colossians Chapter 2...
" vs3. "In whom are hid all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge." Know of a certainty, this is true. But it comes at great cost..."For in much wisdom is much grief: and he that increaseth knowledge increaseth sorrow". I testify to the truth of this. The more of Jesus you have, the more of knowledge you gain, the more grief and sorrow you will live with. The only salvation left for you, is Jesus."     > Respond now...

2/23/2018, 1:37pm - Comment by "Eutychus" about Colossians Chapter 1...
"Paul was given a dispensation of God (vs 25) to fulfill a personal calling to suffer in the flesh for the Church, the body of Christ. (vs 24). Jesus' blood bought our eternal salvation. Paul's sufferings in the flesh, served to build the church of Jesus Christ. "And fill up that which is behind of the afflictions of Christ in my flesh for his body's sake". Ananias said as much to Paul, Acts 9:16."     > Respond now...

2/23/2018, 1:27pm - Comment by "Eutychus" about Philippians Chapter 3...
""But this one thing I do, forgetting those things which are behind". Unless you were raised in a bible perfect, doctrinally sound church, you believe things that aren't bible truth. If so, disregard the rest of this. If not, then you may spend years, many years, putting behind you the errors of your religious past, just as Paul did. That can be done, only by immersing yourself, in the Word of God"     > Respond now...

2/23/2018, 1:17pm - Comment by "Eutychus" about Philippians Chapter 3...
""...touching the righteousness which is in the law, blameless." vs 6. Paul here, and only 3 others throughout the N.T. are said to be blameless before the law. Jesus (Hebrews 4:15), and Zacharias and Elizabeth, parents of John the Baptist (Luke 1:6). But then, we live under a different law, faith and grace, for "Christ is the end of the law for righteous to everyone that believeth" Romans 10:4."     > Respond now...

2/23/2018, 1:07pm - Comment by "Eutychus" about Philippians Chapter 2...
""To supply your lack of service toward me." vs 30. Sounds a bit like complaining. And yet, in chapter 4, Paul strongly commends the Philippians for their loving support toward Paul's apostolic ministry. Could it be, that Philippi had failed to provide young men, like Timothy, to the ministry, that is, young men to travel as members of the apostolic ministry, to serve the ministry's needs ? "     > Respond now...

2/23/2018, 1:03pm - Comment by "a disciple" about Mark Chapter 7...
"Eutychus (lastly); When we are tempted, we are drawn away by our own lusts and enticed. We ALL are the same in that respect. But the one who is truly right with the Lord and walking in truth hates sin and hates the temptations to sin. We hate and war against our own natural desires for what is forbidden, AND WILL NOT YIELD TO THEM! If we ever do, even for a moment; we burn with shame and repent!"     > Respond now...

2/23/2018, 12:58pm - Comment by "a disciple" about Mark Chapter 7...
"Eutychus (cont.); We have to be very careful about what we say, because the things that come from our hearts and innermost thoughts either justify us or condemn us. We have to think about what we say, and WHY we say it. If a man is still wrestling with selfishness and sinning like it was a serious conflict in him or as you call it a rivalry; where is the evidence of grace? Where is the repentance?"     > Respond now...

2/23/2018, 12:58pm - Comment by "Eutychus" about Philippians Chapter 1...
""For to me to live is Christ, and to die is gain." Phil 1:21. Really? To live isn't watching the widescreen god? To live isn't playing sports? It isn't paying total attention to "devices". To live isn't to spend one's time in an all out drive to be entertained, even when in church? If all that is living, then you bet! that dying in Jesus is a gain unsurpassed on this very earth..."     > Respond now...

2/23/2018, 12:51pm - Comment by "a disciple" about Mark Chapter 7...
"Eutychus; I'm glad you bring up these things; for it is a diabolical technique used by the devil through MANY supposed well meaning Pastors and Teachers these days. But let's examine just exactly it is that you're suggesting. What "rivalry" between the LORD God and the devil? And what "rivalry" for the truly saved and converted Believer who wishes to live with a good conscience toward God and man?"     > Respond now...

2/23/2018, 12:46pm - Comment by "a disciple" about Mark Chapter 10...
"Having never come from a rich family, or any kind of upbringing that would push me to pursue riches; I've always seen through it to a great extent...it has no pull with me! Even putting that type of thing on a level of "worldliness in general" doesn't it make you feel like you're drying up inside and your heart dead to the Lord and spiritual things and holiness and FAITH? I'd avoid those thoughts!"     > Respond now...

2/23/2018, 12:40pm - Comment by "a disciple" about Acts Chapter 19...
"Asia, as it was then called during the days of the Apostles, was what is now Southwestern to Central Turkey. Many Bibles have maps of the Missionary Journeys of Paul, and there you can see what all those places were once called. If you like to do some digging and research History, there's really a lot of information you can get on the Internet. Have fun!"     > Respond now...

2/23/2018, 12:34pm - Comment by "a disciple" about Leviticus Chapter 18...
"Ray; from the beginning when once sin entered, so shame came with it, and so to answer the shame we cover our nakedness. God doesn't want us to be ashamed and He doesn't want us to sin; so He gave us clothing to restrain us from our lechery. Jesus said that Adultery is an evil that comes from within and defiles us; and the act of looking with lustful intent is the same as having already done it."     > Respond now...







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